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Through the Wall

Cleveland Moffett

Publisher: Musaicum Books

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Summary

Cleveland Moffett's 'Through the Wall' is a gripping mystery novel set in the late 19th century, following a young artist who becomes entangled in a murder investigation after discovering a hidden room in his apartment. The book masterfully combines elements of suspense and psychological introspection, keeping the reader on the edge of their seat until the final reveal. Moffett's writing style is rich in vivid descriptions and intricate character development, reminiscent of other classic detective novels of the era. The atmospheric setting and intricate plot twists make 'Through the Wall' a truly immersive reading experience. As a precursor to later detective fiction, Moffett's novel stands out for its innovative storytelling and compelling narrative structure. The exploration of themes such as identity, truth, and perception adds depth to the plot, making it a thought-provoking read for fans of mystery and psychological thrillers. Overall, 'Through the Wall' is a timeless classic that continues to captivate readers with its timeless allure and intricate plot twists.
Available since: 11/02/2018.
Print length: 275 pages.

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